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and across the board spending cuts will take effect. that could plunge the u.s. economy into another recession. >>> people on both sides of the controversial same sex marriage issue will be closely watching the u.s. supreme court this morning. just an hour and a half from right now the high court is due to release another list of cases. coming up at 5:15 what it will mean if california's proposition 8 is on that list and what it means if it's not. >>> muni and other agencies are thinking about a controversial plan when it comes to their fair rates. muni is considering basing how much people pay on how much money they earn. according to the examiner some people don't think it's fair that people who are struggling to pay their bills have to pay $64 for a monthly pass while senior citizens who have more money are only paying $22 for the same fair. now this newest plan was triggered by the debate over providing free muni passes to low income youth. >>> 5:04 is the time. we are still talking about that accident in livermore. let's go to tara. >> this is on 580 eastbound. it happened at fl
on the deadly attacks at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. the panel found there were major security problems. >> reporter: an independent panel spent the past two months analyzing what went wrong in benghazi on september 11th. ambassador chris for stevens and three other americans were killed. the panel found security was lacking and those at the consulate could not have anticipated the attack. also the report says there were no protests leading up to the attack. that is in the unclassified portion of the attack. other details are considered top secret. the report also includes 24 recommendations for the state department. secretary of state hillary clinton says she's already working on implementing them. ranging from strengthening security to improving intelligence gathering. now clinton was supposed to testify at a hearing on the benghazi attacks tomorrow but she no longer will after suffering a concussion over the weekend. now in 15 minutes the senate and house foreign relation committees will be briefed on the initial findings of the report and republicans are already speaking ou
cliff here in the u.s.. >>> speaking of the u.s.. right now futures indate a slightly mixed opening with a higher opening for the dow and s & p but the nasdaq may drop a little bit. right now the european markets most are trading lower as well. >>> time now 5:20. the first public appearance for the duchess of cambridge since being treated for morning sickness. we have video of her first night out. also we'll take a look at the nurse who took her life after a radio station hoax involving the duchess. we'll tell you how she is being remembered. >>> we'll tell you why some parents are threatening to sue over yoga classes in schools. >>> you can wake up with ktvu every morning. get the mornings top stories that develop while you were sleeping sent straight to your cell phone every weekday morning 6:00 a.m.. get your ktvu wake up call by texting the word wakeup to 70123. w >>> welcome back. kate middleton the duchess of cambridge made her first publish appearance since being treated for morning sickness. now there she is on the left. she has not been seen in public since leaving a hospit
with his tour. >>> u.s. senator is questioning spending at the department of homeland security. rom senator tom coburn issued a report focusing on other things a counterterrorism summit held in san diego last month. specifically he questions a feature of the summit called the zombie apocalypse. organizers say it was meant as a training exercise. >> we absolutely stand by its value. it was a great simulation of a chemical and biological mass exercise. >> according to senator coburn's report more than $3 billion has been spent on homeland security since 2003. >>> your time now 5:25. federal communications commission wanting a change in policy when using electronic devices on flights. right now the faa requires all devices be turned off during takeoffs and landings. the new york time reports the chairman wants passengers to keep using their devices at all times. he sent a letter to the federal aviation administration which says they will take a look at that policy. >>> time now 5:25. let's see if the friday morning commute is developing. tara, what do you see? >> just a little bit of fog up ne
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